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Accessing volumes in VM

Him very new to openstack. I did a ubuntu 12.04 installation fallowed directly by a Scripted Development Installation (just to see how openstack is) using the informations provided by this link : http://docs.openstack.org/grizzly/openstack-compute/install/yum/content/scripted-dev-installation.html Everything is looking fine !!! I created a volume and i attached it to an instance(cirrOS) to /dev/vdx, but when i go into my instance i can't see or mount the because volume /dev/vdx is not present, i tried rebooting the instance but that did not make the change. Am i doing something wrong, or do i have a misunderstanding on how volumes work ? I looked in the documentation but nothing is said about how to use volumes in VM's. Thank you for your help, from a really interested noob.

Accessing volumes in VM

Him very new to openstack. I did a ubuntu 12.04 installation fallowed directly by a Scripted Development Installation (just to see how openstack is) using the informations provided by this link : http://docs.openstack.org/grizzly/openstack-compute/install/yum/content/scripted-dev-installation.html Everything is looking fine !!! I created a volume and i attached it to an instance(cirrOS) to /dev/vdx, but when i go into my instance i can't see or mount the volume because volume /dev/vdx is not present, i tried rebooting the instance but that did not make the change. Am i doing something wrong, or do i have a misunderstanding on how volumes work ? I looked in the documentation but nothing is said about how to use volumes in VM's. Thank you for your help, from a really interested noob.

Accessing volumes in VMinstance

Him very new to openstack. I did a ubuntu 12.04 installation fallowed directly by a Scripted Development Installation (just to see how openstack is) using the informations provided by this link : http://docs.openstack.org/grizzly/openstack-compute/install/yum/content/scripted-dev-installation.html Everything is looking fine !!! I created a volume and i attached it to an instance(cirrOS) to /dev/vdx, but when i go into my instance i can't see or mount the volume because /dev/vdx is not present, i tried rebooting the instance but that did not make the change. Am i doing something wrong, or do i have a misunderstanding on how volumes work ? I looked in the documentation but nothing is said about how to use volumes in VM's. Thank you for your help, from a really interested noob.